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How do you say 'Give me a beer' in your local language?

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1. Posted by Behappy (Full Member 50 posts) 9y

Hi there,

I'm a Korean guy who is preparing the RTW on comming May.

I love beer sooooooooooooo much, so i'd like to know

how to order a beer in local language.

In Korean, it's "Makju juseyo"

How's yours?

2. Posted by emma1979 (Full Member 126 posts) 9y

In Scotland you say, "Gies a beer radgeworks - and none o that tennants shite aright?"

3. Posted by Buttfish (Respected Member 298 posts) 9y

In Serbian...
"dajte mi pivo"!!

4. Posted by Afrodiziac (Budding Member 33 posts) 9y

In Indian.....

Mujhe daru do...

5. Posted by angela_ (Respected Member 1732 posts) 9y

in Icelandic:
Gefðu mér bjór

6. Posted by marlis (Travel Guru 1167 posts) 9y

in Papiamento (Netherland Antilles)

Dame un Serbes


7. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 9y

In Quebecois:

"Donne moé une bière."

8. Posted by abesworld (Budding Member 48 posts) 9y

In Boston it's "Gimme a beeah"

9. Posted by magykal1 (Travel Guru 2026 posts) 9y

In Brighton it's 'Hoegaarden please, hold the lime', we're that poncey.

In the pubs near where I'm from in Cumbria, just a grunt and a gesture will do.

10. Posted by john7buck (Respected Member 458 posts) 9y

In Shelbyville, it's FUDD me!

In my local language, it's just "give me a beer and nobody gets hurt".